By Humbert Julien. Bathroom. Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 03:12:54 AM.
Exposing a peek of the floor below the vanity will make the space look and feel larger while giving a distinctly modern appeal. A model with an integrated sink-top is a great choice, as they are easy to clean and even more beautifully minimalist.
Various materials can be used to clad the surfaces in a modern bathroom, from humble porcelain tile to luxe marble. However, a sturdy, natural stone like limestone, granite or travertine will deliver an excellent balance of function and beauty. Ultimately, in a sleek space with little flashy decoration, the materials need to bring the wow factor, and using a healthy dose of sumptuous stone is one of the most effective ways to give your space designer appeal.
It’s time to tear up the walls (or add new ones) for cubbies. The inset wall cubby is an ingenious way to add integrated storage to a small bathroom without sacrificing space. It’s also known as an alcove, niche or recessed niche.
One of the most common home renovations is the addition of a bathroom. Most older houses were built with no more than one bath; in today’s world, there’s almost no such thing as too many baths. In new construction, the rule of thumb is at least one bath for the master bedroom, one bath for every two additional bedrooms, and a half-bath (toilet and sink) near the relaxation area of the house. If you have fewer baths, that may be why you’re reading this article.
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